Yarn-dyed tiered dress with short sleeves and shirred elastic back panel. Made in India. 100% cotton. Model is 5'7" and wears a size S. Centered around the tactility of loomed fabrics and the evocative nature of found cloth and heritage textiles, Ace & Jig create easy garments intended to be worn, loved and traveled in. Worn with FEIT Hand Sewn Low Sneaker in Cuoio.
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